When you are involved in a traffic offence you may not be arrested, but you may:
- Receive a Notice of Intended Prosecution
- Be asked if you will ‘have a chat’ with a police officer, either at home or at the police station
It’s essential to get legal representation if you are told you’re to be spoken to ‘under caution’. You’ll need someone who knows Motoring Law inside out.
We will help you and ensure you receive expert advice. Contact us by clicking here to find your nearest Hine Solicitors’ office.
Talk to us before completing the paperwork
If you receive a Notice of Intended Prosecution. Get our experts to talk you through it.
If a police officer advises you the interview is ‘under caution’ it’s not a ‘chat’, but the start of an investigation that can end up in Court.
One of our legal representatives will represent you during your interview under caution, FREE of charge, 24/7.
Getting the law on your side
The Road Traffic Act 1988 is a complicated and lengthy document – and you’ll need experts who know it inside out. Our specialists know exactly what the Police must do to enable a prosecution to take place.